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Rodney Hendrix

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Keep about 6. To old to learn phonics so no scientific names. Belive in large enclosure to provide territory to cover, more stimulating, to me at least!
 

Oursapoil

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Keep about 6. To old to learn phonics so no scientific names. Belive in large enclosure to provide territory to cover, more stimulating, to me at least!
Welcome to the forum/family!
Please feel free to share pictures of your Ts.
I trust you might see a good side to learning the names of the Ts as it is really helpful when navigating the forum.
Cheers.
 

Enn49

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Keep about 6. To old to learn phonics so no scientific names. Belive in large enclosure to provide territory to cover, more stimulating, to me at least!
Hello and welcome. :)
You're never too old to learn and I'm proof of that, I was 65 when I bought my first T and I use nothing else but the scientific names although I do struggle with pronouncing them. The main reason for not using common names is that they can refer to several species thus causing confusion.
 

octanejunkie

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Hello and welcome!

How large you talking? Room-size enclosures? Free-range tarantulas?

Love to see some pics of yer critters
 

menavodi

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Welcome to TF. All you need, right here!
:beer:
 

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